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Stephen R. Gruchacz

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SUSSEX COUNTY WATCHDOG

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sussexcountywatchdog - Blog

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Sussex County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz,


www.sussexcountywatchdog.com

Sussex County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz,
At the urging of Morris County GOP insiders, some of the freeholders there prevailed upon Sussex County Freeholder Richard Vohden, Freeholder Director Phil Crabb, and Sussex County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz to hold a special, behind-closed-doors, secret session with incoming Sussex County Freeholders Jon Rose and Carl Lazzaro. Sussex County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz,


www.njherald.com

Sussex County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz's impending retirement, announced last Monday, is the sort of unexpected development that unavoidably sparks speculation.


www.sussexcountywatchdog.com

On Sunday, Herald reporter Rob Jennings wrote a very interesting column about Sussex County's new top dog -- County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz.
At last week's meeting of the county's Freeholder Board, Gruchacz -- who had been the county's Human Services Administrator -- was appointed County Administrator on a 3-2 vote (Crabb, Vohden, Mudrick voted yes; Phoebus and Graham voted no). Along with the promotion, Gruchacz picked up a 22% salary increase worth $30,000 a year and the opportunity to boost his taxpayer-funded pension with a three-year contract. Not bad for someone who has never lived in Sussex County. Crabb, Vohden, and Mudrick waived the county's residency requirement to allow Gruchacz, a resident of Somerset County, to take Sussex County's top job. We don't know about Crabb, but what Vohden and Mudrick should have known as they made these decisions was that Stephen Gruchacz had once been a very active Democrat Party politician in Essex County. In fact, Gruchacz was the Democrat Municipal Chairman in Maplewood -- part of the particularly repugnant party machine in Essex County/Newark. When Gruchacz was a Democrat candidate for local office, the campaign he ran was too rough even for Essex County. As reported in the Star-Ledger (August 17, 1995) residents and labor union leaders demanded that Gruchacz be fired. Deja vu, all over again? County Administrator Stephen Gruchacz,


Branchville Agency News and Announcements

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Meanwhile, the county Department of Human Services announced that one-time food assistance will be available to eligible residents who experienced extreme losses due to Hurricane Irene or subsequent flooding. 'This is an effective way to assist our residents in the short term so they can focus on other storm-related matters,' said Administrator Stephen Gruchacz."


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